- 6 person maximum
- 1 queen size bed, 2 double beds, 1 single bed
- 3 bedrooms
- Building dimensions: 1688 squares feets
- 2 bathrooms
- Property dimensions: 1 1/2 acers, 65,340 squares feets
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Intimate, sunny house with in-ground heated pool with salt system, year-round spa, all on a large lot surrounded by trees and greenery, located on the Wine Route in Dunham. .
Nearly all services.
Peace and relaxation assured! Comfortable and warm, air conditioning, heated electric fireplace, air exchanger.
Mattresses covered with anti-mite and bedbug covers. Natural fiber bedding. 3 bedrooms, one with queen bed, another with double bed and one in the basement with double bunk bed and single.
For baby: high chair, booster seat, park for sleeping.
Open concept main room with living room (huge sofa) with fireplace and dining room.
Very equipped kitchen.
4 seasons canopy with heated floor, couch and treadmill.
Large furnished terrace to fully enjoy the outside and the pool.
Outdoor fireplace (wood is provided).
1 hour from Montreal.
In Dunham, the 1st Canton of the majestic Eastern Townships and cradle of viticulture in Quebec.
- 20 minutes from AQUATIC PARK.
- 35 min. WATER GLOVES and Amazoo at the Granby ZOO.
- 9 km from the US border.
- 45 min. from the AQUATIC INTERIOR PARK to Jay, Vermont USA.
- At 20 min. Mount Sutton (Ski)
- At 20 min. Mount Bromont (Ski day and evening).
- 10 min. Fishing (kayak rental) firstname.lastname@example.org
- At 15 min. Fishing and or leisure (kayak and canoe rental) Davignon Lake.
Bicycle tourism. Bike renting. 4 picturesque circuits will charm the cyclists.
Valleys, lake and streams will be right for canoeists and kayakers.
Not to mention the golf nearby.
Horse riding and dog sled, winter.
For skiing, above mentioned: the Monts Sutton Massif, (20 min.) Mount Bromont, (20 min.) Mount Brome (20), and Mount Jay Peak (Vermont USA 45 min.) As well as lots of green spaces will appeal to outdoor enthusiasts, winter and summer alike.
The many Footpaths in each municipality, including Dunham, allow walking in boots or snowshoes, skating.
The charm of old houses with loyalist architecture combined with the majesty of the mountains, the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, dotted with Orchards and Vineyards make it a favorite city for visitors.
PRODUCTS FROM THE TERROIRS;
This municipality and its region (Brome-Missisquoi) is a gourmet with its many local products.
Vineyards, cider houses, craft brewery, bistro.
A 5-minute walk away, the Paradis des Fruits orchard is a place where you can taste pears, plums and 22 varieties of apples. During the summer you will find strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, blackberry, blackcurrant, currant. Self-harvesting for some of these fruits is very popular.
Also, producer of natural honey for 56 years, you will taste honeys from different flowers.
Bakery, pastry shop, chocolate factory, sugar shack, succulent sweet corn.
Several good restaurants await you, be it at the vineyards or in the quaint little town of Dunham. Kava tours can even prepare a picnic basket of local products to take away and enjoy in a vineyard.
Throughout the year, events follow one another, here are some of them;
Brome-Missisquoi Museum, Bilingual Cinema, Dunham Library Art Center,
Exhibitions and openings
Open door on the Wine Route. Tasting and visit of the facilities with the winemaker and more.
Domaine des Côtes d'Ardoises Vineyard (800 meters from the cottage) hosts the largest garden sculpture exhibition in Quebec Nature and Creation. Free and exposed all season until the end of October. Do not miss.
The key of the fields; end of week from June 4th, 2016. 70 kiosks of local products and relaxation products are gathered on Dunham's main street. The producers present the fruit of their work, products all more delicious than the others.
Bedford Curling Club, runs over 4 days in February and ends with an excellent dinner.
The chocolate festival at 20 min. route takes place at the end of May
An unforgettable stay with all the activities of Agrotourism, Outdoors, Art and Culture.
2 week nights 2 week-end nights 3 nights 5 nights 7 nights Spring
March 11, 2018 to June 8, 2018
Apple trees blooming, depending on the temperature, May 18 to 25
350 $ 390 $ 525 $ 875 $ 1090 $ June
June 8, 2018 to June 22, 2018
450 $ 590 $ 685 $ 880 $ 1490 $ Summer
June 22, 2018 to August 26, 2018
- - - - 1690 $ Automn
August 26, 2018 to October 9, 2018
Colored trees. Harvest: grappe fruit for wine, apple etc
450 $ 610 $ 820 $ 1050 $ 1290 $ Low season
October 9, 2018 to December 21, 2018
310 $ 420 $ 565 $ 720 $ 1090 $ Christmas week
December 21, 2018 to December 28, 2018
- - - - 1490 $ New year week
January 4, 2019 to January 11, 2019
- - - - 1590 $ Ski season
January 4, 2019 to March 1, 2019
450 $ 560 $ 625 $ 875 $ 990 $ Scool breack week
March 1, 2019 to March 10, 2019
450 $ 595 $ 685 $ 1075 $ 1295 $
Rates are based on 4 people.
It is necessary to add $ 25 per person per day for weekends.
It is necessary to add $ 15 per person per day on the weekdays.
Weekend: Arrival : Friday 4 pm,. Departure: Sunday 11 am
Week stay: Arrival: Friday 4 pm,. Departure: Friday 11 am
Rules and potiques are provided by email
The CITQ is mandated by the Minister of Tourism of Quebec to administer the official classification of seven categories of tourist accommodation establishments. This establishment is visited by the CITQ every 24 months.
The classifier visits the establishment and, using hundreds of strict and objective criteria, rates:
- The quality of physical facilities (bedroom, bathroom, common areas, outside, etc.);
- Its appearance;
- Its cleanliness.
The classifier also looks at:
- Services offered;
- Certain environmental considerations.
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Tax on lodging extra
- 2 week nights
- 310 $ - 450 $
- 2 week-end nights
- 390 $ - 610 $
- 3 nights
- 525 $ - 820 $
- 5 nights
- 720 $ - 1075 $
- 7 nights
- 990 $ - 1690 $
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Last update of the calendar : July 8, 2018